Since Christmas Eve 1895, George Vanderbilt's has been a classic locale for . Located in Asheville, North Carolina, features America's largest home, meticulously decorated with dozens of decorated fir trees, thousands of lavish holiday decorations, and endless miles of brightly lit evergreen garlands. Here's proof that the knows how to do Christmas right.
To match the massive size of the mansion, a 35-foot Fraser fir is erected by hand. This year, 2,400 people gathered at the to watch as the crews heaved the toppling tree upright.
Magnificent rooms are lit by candlelight, casting just the right amount of shadow against the elegant mid-century antiques and tapestries.
The estate's famous conservatory is appropriately decorated this season with lush and luxurious flora, including poinsettias and white orchids.
Nothing says Christmas quite like a wine tasting, right?
The abundance of glimmering make the scene a perfect spot to take a memorable photo.
Now this is a Christmas tree.
We can all take a lesson in decorating with garlands from this magnificent room.
The Biltmore's library is the perfect place to cozy up with a book.